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    • Quick Mix #1

      Quick Mix #1
      8 1/2 cups flour
      4 tablespoons baking powder
      1 tablespoon salt
      2 teaspoons cream of tartar
      1 teaspoon baking soda
      1 1/2 cups dry milk
      2 1/4 cups vegetable shortening

      Combine dry ingredients. Blend well. Cut in shortening until mixture looks like coarse crumbs. Store in airtight containers for 10 to 12 weeks. Makes about 13 cups mix.
      Comments 5 Comments
      1. jo_nxn's Avatar
        jo_nxn -
        If I cut out the baking powder & the salt could I use self rising flour?
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        FreebieQueen -
        Not in this recipe, it won't come out- this recipe only calls for 1 tsp of baking powder with 8 cups of flour.

        A Cup of Self Rising Flour Contains:

        1 cup all purpose flour
        1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
        1/2 teaspoon salt

        You would be adding 4 Tablespoons of Baking Powder to the Recipe.
      1. Tracey Honig's Avatar
        Tracey Honig -
        would this recipe be the same as the Bisquick?
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        FreebieQueen -
        Quote Originally Posted by Tracey Honig View Post
        would this recipe be the same as the Bisquick?
        No, this is a Quick Bread Mix for making Banana Bread, Pumpkin Breads, etc-

        The copycat Bisquick mix is here:

        Budget101.com - - Copycat Bisquick Recipe | Make your Own Convenience Foods
      1. kkima68's Avatar
        kkima68 -
        do you have links to the recipes that uses this quick bread mix?


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